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Ryutaku-ji Temple Hotel & Travel Guide

Fairly often, what we think we know about a particular religion comes from inaccurate movies and stereotypes. Ryutaku-ji Temple offers an excellent opportunity to learn about a holy site with no filter.

Wouldn't you like to pack your bags and head to Mishima so that you can enjoy it now?

If you're considering where the best place is to set up base, you will be pleased to know you have 2 excellent options to pick from. Spend some time comparing the features at the Hotel Massimo Mishima and Dormy Inn Mishima Natural Hot Spring, located within 2 miles (3 kilometers) of Ryutaku-ji Temple.

Your most convenient high-end choice is The Prince Hakone Lake Ashinoko, which is roughly 7 miles (11 kilometers) away.

When dinnertime comes around, stroll on over to こづち (静岡県三島市沢地404) for some of the best local food. It's only 0.1 miles (0.2 kilometers) from Ryutaku-ji Temple!

Other Things to Do Near Ryutaku-ji Temple

You've traveled for quite some time, so surely Ryutaku-ji Temple won't be your only stop. Once you've taken it in, check out what the rest of the area has available:

  • If you love learning new things, Ooka Makoto Kotoba Museum could be worth paying a visit to.
  • No matter your religion or where you were born, Mishima Taisha Shrine, one of the region's most venerated attractions, is a sight you shouldn't miss.
  • There's nowhere better to relax than Shirataki Park. Enjoy a book, kick a ball around or simply have a picnic with friends and family in this green urban oasis.
  • Nature enthusiasts will treasure a photo opportunity at Ayutsubo Waterfall.
  • Lovers of art should stop at Sano Art Museum where they'll be truly in awe.